Thursday, April 22, 2010

Shared Visions: Nature in Textiles

Earlier this week I dropped off several tapestries in Asheville at the Southern Highland Craft Guild for the exhibit at the Focus Gallery.  This gallery is the smaller one at the Folk Art Center that features one or two Guild members for about a month each throughout the year.  I'm sharing the space with my friend, Diane Getty, and we've called our show "Shared Visions: Nature in Textiles" since the themes we both work with is often inspired by natural forms.

The exhibit will be up from April 24 through June 15 at the Folk Art Center, Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, North Carolina.  The phone number is 828-298-7918 and the hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.  I'll be there May 6 through May 9 to demonstrate tapestry weaving (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) ... come on by to say hello, if you can--and happy Earth Day!


5 comments:

Theresa said...

Okay, now that I've picked my jaw up, I can write. What a beautiful gallery presentation of work. They each compliment the other so well. I want to take them all home. Wish I was closer. Have a great exhibit and I'm sure you'll be an inspiration to all those that want to come and see how it's done.
Happy Earth Day to you too. Thank you for taking some of the little bits and showing us what wonders they are in your work.

laurenfinley said...

The collage of works make a great poster. Wonder if I can talk my husband into taking a road trip....

Vera L Hazelgrove said...

All the Best for demonstrating tapestry weaving. Wish I could come! but too far to swim ...

Kaite said...

that's magnificent, what a beautiful collage. K.

Jennifer said...

I'm so looking forward to seeing this up close and in person!